Isaac Herzog elected head of Israeli regime by Knesset

TEHRAN, Jun. 02 (MNA) – The parliament of the Israeli regime known as Knesset has elected Isaac Herzog as the head of the regime.

The parliament of the Israeli regime known as Knesset on Wednesday elected former centre-left politician Isaac Herzog as the new head of the regime (president), a role that is largely ceremonial.

Herzog beat rival candidate Miriam Peretz by a vote of 87 lawmakers to 26.

He will assume the post next month, replacing Reuven Rivlin, who is ending his seven-year term.

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